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NBA Free Agency 2020: Tracking the biggest moves from the league’s shortest offseason

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As the NBA works through the shortest offseason in league history, fans have been forced to keep their heads on a swivel while trying to pay attention to all of the moves their favorite teams have made.

Between the 2020 NBA Draft on November 18, the start of free agency on November 20, and all of the trades and contract extensions that are constantly being worked on in the months between each season, it’s easy to get lost while attempting to keep track of it all.

To top it off, there’s the potential for Anthony Davis to sign a massive new deal with the Los Angeles Lakers. There are the rumors surrounding trades involving Houston Rockets stars James Harden and Russell Westbrook, along with Wizards point guard John Wall.

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Oh, and how about the finished extensions for young stars like Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell, Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum, Sacramento Kings guard De’Aaron Fox, Miami Heat forward Bam Adebayo and New Orleans Pelicans forward Brandon Ingram?

To nail everything down and get all of the news in one place, here’s a recap of all of the breaking news from ESPN, The Athletic and every major outlet in between:

Thursday, December 3

Wednesday, December 2

Tuesday, December 1

Monday, November 30

Friday, November 27

Thursday, November 26

Wednesday, November 25

Tuesday, November 24

Monday, November 23

Sunday, November 22

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Saturday, November 21

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Friday, November 20

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